JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE RIGHT DOESN'T MEAN I AM WRONG
The Civil Writer Magazine
In life you see things from different perspectives that can come from nature, nurture, education, religion, culture, race, experience, travel, incidents or evidence. But are you right and they are wrong. Take into consideration that both have different perspectives contrary to each other when viewed from a different point of view.
Therefore each can have a belief that is accepted as truth based upon empirical evidence formed by means of the senses or particularly by observation. What I see is not a fault because I see it differently than you. You and I simply observes thing differently.
Why must I see it your way if it is only your truth and not an experimental or objective reality. We at some point must agree to disagree whereby all parties will tolerate each other's beliefs but do not accept the opposing position. Just because you are right doesn't mean I am wrong, we see things from different perspectives.